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Australia: Overnight News Headlines – July 6, 2021


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Flight caps will bump 18,000 Australians off flights home in the next six weeks – London: Airlines say 18,000 Australians are set to be bumped from flights back home in the next six weeks as a result of the national cabinet’s decision to halve …

The Chase Australia: The Shark tests his fans’ knowledge in his daily quiz – The Chase Australia’s official Shark, Brydon Coverdale, has created a new daily quiz challenge. How’s your general knowledge? Take his quiz. More related …

Incontinence affects one in four Australians. So what are we doing about it? – A smiling woman with brown hair and glasses hugs a toddler puffing her cheeks out playfully. Elicia O’Reilly says experiencing incontinence after childbirth came …

How to watch Wisconsin’s Jonathan Davis and Team USA vs Australia at FIBA U19 World Cup – In their likely toughest test yet, Team USA’s U19 squad takes on Australia on Tuesday afternoon in the final of three group stage games at the FIBA U19 World …

Ash Barty through to Wimbledon quarter-finals – Australia’s Ashleigh Barty celebrates after beating Czech Republic’s Barbora Krejcikova during their women’s singles fourth round match on the seventh day of the …

Will Poland transitioning to Nuclear be a blueprint for Australia? – Keith Pitt MP, Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia / LNP member for Hinkler, joins Michael regarding news that coal-dependent Poland plans to …

COVID Australia border restrictions: Start-ups like Girl Geek are stuck at home – HealthMatch CEO Manuri Gunawardena says closed borders are making it hard to expand both in Australia and overseas. “We need to be certain that lockdowns …

The global tally that reveals the real test for Scott Morrison on vaccines – A closer look shows Australia’s position is the result of geography and politics – including factors Morrison cannot change. What he can change, however, is the …

BMS boosts Australian financial lines business with senior appointment – McKenzie joins BMS Australia from Aon, where he most recently served as the director of specialties. He also led Aon’s Financial Services Group (FSG). Before his …

Andrew Bogut claims Australia’s Victorian government made funding threat over Ben Simmons – Andrew Bogut claims Australia’s Victorian government made funding threat over Ben Simmons. Bogut’s claim was denied by the Victorian goverment, according to …

Restrictions ease in Perth and Peel after WA records no new COVID-19 cases – Restrictions in Perth and Peel have eased as planned from after Western Australia recorded no new coronavirus cases on Monday. Masks are still mandatory …

Go hard to achieve zero COVID-19: report – Australia is a long way from a post-COVID economy, according to new research … Modellers, economists and public health experts from the Australian National …

Archaeologists to front Juukan Gorge probe – Lobby group Minerals Council of Australia is set to address cultural heritage … Indigenous Australians Minister Ken Wyatt has pointed the finger at “secrecy …

WA on track to ease all virus restrictions – Western Australia is edging closer towards a return to pre-lockdown life despite concerns over the arrival of another coronavirus-infected ship. Face masks are …

Sydney hospitals on ‘red alert’ as more than 600 NSW health workers in isolation over Covid case contact – Guardian Australia understands that more than 600 health professionals across two hospitals have been deemed close contacts. More than 500 staff at Royal …

Australia’s export credit agency gave 80 times more to fossil fuel projects than renewables – Australia’s export credit agency gave 80 times more to fossil fuel projects than renewables. Study finds between $1.57bn and $1.69bn in financing went to coal, oil …

Catholic doctors urged to back George Christensen’s ‘nonsensical’ abortion bill – The Catholic Medical Association was contacted for comment. FamilyVoice Australia, a Christian lobby group, has previously given the bill its endorsement. The …

‘Ludicrous’: Coalition paid $115000 a space for car park in Melbourne – The federal infrastructure department told Guardian Australia the additional funding for Berwick “will support accelerated delivery, in line with the project scope and …

Australia urged to prioritise vaccine rollout in Indigenous communities as leaders meet to ‘war game’ strategy – Australia’s peak Aboriginal health group, representing hundreds of medical services across the country, has urged leaders at Tuesday’s vaccine strategy “war …

Calls for vaccine blitz for Australia’s aged care workers after repeated blunders – Calls for vaccine blitz for Australia’s aged care workers after repeated blunders. Nursing union ‘enormously frustrated’ over sluggish rollout, saying lack of …

Vive la renaissance? Wallabies must do more than beat France – Since playing in the final of the 2015 World Cup, Australia have slumped to … The Wallabies need to make real progress this year if claims of an Australian …

One in four workers struggle with mental health issues – Human Resources Director Australia. CONTINUE TO SITE. Human Resources Director Australia. CONTINUE TO SITE. AU · NZ · CA · US · Asia · NEWS.

The Full Court Of The Federal Court Of Australia Affirms The Paramountcy Of The Parties’ Agreement In International Arbitration – Australia: The Full Court Of The Federal Court Of Australia Affirms The Paramountcy Of The Parties’ Agreement In International Arbitration. 05 July 2021. by Simon …

Jackson Irvine sends farewell message to Hibs as Australia internationalist joins St. Pauli – Irvine suggested he would make a decision on his future after participating in Australia’s World Cup qualifiers in June but while he had a contract offer on the …

Amazon Australia opens to New Zealand customers, with cheaper, faster deliveries – More than three years after Amazon launched in Australia, Kiwi shoppers can now buy direct from the online retailer – with the likelihood of faster, cheaper …

Spotify HRD on reinventing HR for a digital workforce – Human Resources Director Australia. CONTINUE TO SITE. Human Resources Director Australia. CONTINUE TO SITE. AU · NZ · CA · US · Asia · NEWS.

Covid-19 Australia: Aged care workers REFUSING to get a Covid vaccine even with new outbreaks hitting nursing homes explain why they don’t trust the jab – as list of exposed venues in Sydney continues to climb – Jabs are being made mandatory for everyone working in aged care and hotel quarantine settings, with the majority of Australia’s coronavirus deaths being in …

Picking Australia’s best three-format squad – Australian cricket has a variety of options leading to many selection headaches and debates among cricket fans. A few friends decided to test the options among …

Covid: Australia will help Australians overseas get home – Australia’s Foreign Minister Marise Payne has promised to financially support overseas Australians return home amid a decreased travel cap. The number of …

DNA screening study to identify cancer risk in young adults in Australia – Once it is developed, 10,000 Australians aged 18-40 years old will be offered the test so that acceptability, cost-effectiveness and scalability of offering …

A near-vacant venue in Melbourne, Australia, and MLB spending – My second favorite sport is Australian football. A decent part of it is how the timing works. Teams play for half an hour or so, then take a five minute break. Then …

Australia COVID: Australia must double its vaccination rate – Managing director Troy Bilsborough said the federal government needed to go “cap in hand” to Australia’s allies to secure more vaccines. 17 mins ago – 5.31AM …

India, Australia Unite In Huge Effort To Bring Ailing Student Home – He was airlifted from Melbourne in a special flight that is being flown by Qantas – Australia’s largest airline by fleet size – after other carriers allegedly refused to fly …

Luxembourg PM ‘serious but stable’ with Covid-19 Coronavirus – Australia’s New South Wales said the next two days would be “absolutely critical” in deciding whether a two-week coronavirus lockdown in Sydney, set to end on …

Australian trade minister meets Taiwanese counterpart online – Taipei, July 5 (CNA) Australia’s Trade Minister Dan Tehan held an online meeting with Taiwan’s Economics Minister Wang Mei-hua (王美花) recently, Australia’s …

Markforged 3D printing technology to be used in Australian meat processing plants – The organisations believe their ‘world-first, industry-owned additive manufacturing service model’ could help red meat processors within Australia ‘revolutionise’ …

Cann Global’s (ASX:CGB) shipment arrives in Australia – Cann Global (CGB) shares jump after its cannabis hard pills were received in Australia; Cann began importing the cannabis pills in late March following the …

Australia’s property bargains: Where you can buy for $100000 or less – We’ve rounded up nine properties for sale for less than $100,000 around Australia. Sure, there will likely be some trade-offs: perhaps a large-scale renovation is …

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says covid plan must focus on hospitalisations and deaths and not case numbers – Federal Treasuer Josh Frydenberg says Australia’s fight against Covid-19 has to enter a new phase where the focus is less on case numbers and more on …

Australia Market ends firmer – CURRENCY NEWS: Australian dollars were weaker ahead of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s policy meeting. The Australian dollar changed hands at $0.7516 …

Barty roars into first Wimbledon quarters – Australia’s top seed ended the dangerous Czech’s 15-match unbeaten streak on the tournament’s famous second week ‘Manic Monday’, winning 7-5 6-3 with a …

Australia captain Paine wants fully-fit Smith for Ashes campaign – Australia Test captain Tim Paine has backed Steve Smith’s call to skip the Twenty20 World Cup if necessary to completely recover from an elbow injury for the …

Australia officials urge Nick Kyrgios to not drop out of Tokyo Olympics – Australian Olympic officials urged Nick Kyrgios on Monday to solidify his commit to the Tokyo Games after the maverick tennis star hinted that he might miss the …

Wimbledon: World No. 1 Barty makes quarterfinals for the first time, ends nine-year wait – Australia’s Ash Barty was made to work but after overcoming a loose patch in the match, she defeated 7-5 6-3 win over French Open champion Barbora …

AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC TEAM FOR TOKYO FINALISED – A record number of women on an away Team and a record number of Indigenous athletes will represent Australia at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games which …

MediPharm gets Australian government grant for cannabis project – The grant is part of Australia’s AU$50 million Manufacturing Modernization Fund, which offers funding to help small- and medium-sized manufacturing businesses …

A Group of Infrastructure Investors Has Proposed One of Australia’s Biggest-ever Buyouts, … – Latest Tweet by Reuters – The latest Tweet by Reuters states, ‘A group of infrastructure investors has proposed one of Australia’s biggest-ever buyouts, a $16.7 billion purchase of Sydney …

Fastest Growing Industries in Australia Today – It’s no secret that Australia has a richly developed economy which consists of many important sectors. In fact, according to the International Monetary Fund, the …

Katter’s Australian Party call for government help as country shows suffer public liability issues – THE death of country shows is looming, Katter’s Australian Party believes as operators nationally struggle to secure public liability insurance. Businesses in …

GBP/AUD Exchange Rate to Favour Pound as RBA to Maintain Dovish Stance? – Analysts are attributing the rise in Pound Australian Dollar (GBP/AUD) performance to a dovish outlook from Australia’s central bank, the Reserve bank of …

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